The colorful decorations in the monasteries in Bhutan make great subjects for photography. Here are some colorful detailing from Kichu Monastery in Paro.
Published in response to The Daily Post Photo Challenge: Details.
P.S: This is my second entry for this week’s challenge. Here is the first post on Details.
“All colors are the friends of their neighbors and the lovers of their opposites.”
~ Marc Chagall
Last week I stumbled upon a post on minimalist photography, which I found very appealing. As soon as I finished reading the article, I took up my camera and started looking for a subject.
I knew that the newly painted boundary wall in our backyard could be a subject. So I ran to the balcony and this green vine caught my attention immediately. The combination of living and nonliving – the contrast of lush green leaves and the bright yellow wall on its background creates a nice frame.
I would also like to share the opposite combination here. A yellow flower with green background. So… which one do you like more?
P.S: I have brightened the image slightly and darkened the edges to enhance the colors. Hope you like it. 🙂
Published in response to The Daily Post Photo Challenge: Opposites.
Some memories are unforgettable, remaining ever vivid and heartwarming!
~ Joseph B. Wirthlin
True! My memories of Bhutan travel will always remain vivid like the colors of these flowers I captured with my lenses in the Land of Thunder Dragons. Published in response to Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge: Vivid.